Hiring Members Relations Assistant!

The Members Relations Assistant is responsible for supporting and activating our Business Retention and Recruitment (BRR) strategy campaign for the Stony Plain Road Business Association. This work will include working with the Executive Director to  activate our Fall/Winter campaign to support and retain existing businesses. Some concentration on recruiting new businesses and development pathways to attracting business…

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Storefront Cinema Programming

Welcome to Storefront Cinema! The Stony Plain Road Business Association brings to you two selections (each 20+ minutes in length) of 1-minute short films provided by FAVA (Film & Video Arts Society of Alberta) and the Got a Minute 2021 Film Festival! Enjoy the talent of local artists as they are projected into three storefronts…

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Ch. Cafeteria is a Chocolate Lovers Dream Come True

Heather Gunn Ch. Cafeteria 14802 Stony Plain Road www.ch-cafeteria.com Craving chocolate? You’ll find it in plentiful supply at Ch. Cafeteria, a cute café that now occupies the old Balloon Gang location on Stony Plain Road. Locally owned and operated, this café has incredible charm. Their menu is focused around authentic chocolate and features mostly sweet…

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Supporting Community Healing From Residential School Trauma

*The topics being discussed may be triggering for some who have experienced trauma in the residential school system. Support is available 24/7 by calling or texting 211 Alberta. Lisa Richards & Beth Strom Significance of September 30 Achieving Truth and Reconciliation can seem like a massive task and it’s easy to think that individuals can’t…

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Storefront Cinema (Oct 7th to 12th, 2021)

Come join us for a fun socially distanced event for all ages! What? The Storefront Cinema is a week-long project of short videos that will be shown in various stations along Stony Plain Road. The event will be using the windows of vacant spaces as areas to project silent one-minute films looped every 30 minutes.…

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September 30th – National Day of Truth and Reconciliation

National Day of Truth and Reconciliation September 30th, 2021 is National Day of Truth and Reconciliation in Canada. This day honours the lost children and survivors of residential schools, their families and communities. Public commemoration of the tragic and painful history and ongoing impacts of residential schools is a vital component of the reconciliation process.…

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How do I navigate Alberta’s new COVID-19 Restrictions – September 17, 2021

Alberta has declared a state of public health emergency. COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continue to rise, largely in unvaccinated Albertans. New measures to protect the health care system, stop the spread, and increase vaccination rates come into effect starting September 16. Getting vaccinated makes us all safer. A one-time incentive of $100 is available for Albertans 18+ who get…

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SPR: Emerge Artist – CJ Harrison

Tell us more about the piece you will be submitting to SPR:Emerge.  Hares and Seasons is a piece that utilizes a medium called cut paper. Stencils made with computer graphics were used to cut colored construction paper which was then assembled with glue. The design of the piece is intended to look angular and modern.  What makes you passionate about art?Art…

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SPR: Emerge Artist – San Juson

Tell us more about the piece you will be submitting to SPR:Emerge.  The piece I submitted for SPR: Emerge is a simple idea of a community being uplifted by its people. I wanted to really emphasize that main concept. The spherical map withheld represents the community; the deconstructed style of the sphere represents not only the current SPR community…

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SPR: Emerge Artist – Jenelle Leblanc

Tell us more about the piece you will be submitting to SPR:Emerge.  This piece is a display of businesses in Stony Plain Road flourishing and growing. Stony Plain Road is a vibrant area, and this piece shows the community in full bloom. Everyone is welcome, the doors are open, and people can walk and bike…

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